Advanced Human Resource Management

Strategies, Theories and Concepts for HR Practice

Understand and apply the latest strategies in human resource management, from employee motivation and performance to creating sustainable organizations, with this new textbook.
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EAN: 9781398615076
Edition: 1
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Format: 240x170
360 pages

About the book

Advanced Human Resource Management provides comprehensive, practical guidance on understanding and implementing key strategic practices across the HR function.

This essential textbook for postgraduate and final year undergraduate students of HRM covers the latest models, theories and strategies for the various stages of the HR cycle. From talent management and motivation to employee performance, it shows how to apply these approaches within organizations to achieve sustained competitive advantage. It looks at the impact of strategies at the micro-, meso- and macro-levels of the organization, as well as legal and policy implications and best practices for compliance. It provides an understanding of the modern nature and renewed purpose of HRM by evaluating the effectiveness of HRM strategies in different organizational settings, such as large and small organizations and public and private sectors.

Advanced Human Resource Management also introduces contemporary interdisciplinary approaches including the divergent working age model, intersectionality and Sustainable HRM. It is supported by self-assessment quiz questions, relevant case law boxes and real-world examples from Citibank, CIPD and McDonald's. Online resources include lecturer PowerPoint slides, quiz questions and self-reflection exercises.

About the authors

Sajia Ferdous is a Lecturer at Queen's Management School, Queen's University Belfast, UK. She is a Human Resource Management expert who teaches at postgraduate and undergraduate level. Previously, She has worked in the financial industry in managerial roles and is an Associate Fellow of HEA and an associate member of CIPD.